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Second meeting of the Canadian Arthroplasty Society
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The 2nd Annual Meeting of the Canadian Arthroplasty Society (CAS) will be held at the InterContinental Hotel in Montreal, QC from Nov. 21-22, 2013 The first meeting of CAS last year was a big success and we are aiming to build on this accomplishment by gathering together academic as well as community-based hip and knee arthroplasty surgeons as well as researchers from around the country by engaging them in discussions on the contemporary issues in our field. Click here to book your room at the InterContinental.

Call for abstracts is now open for this event until Oct. 5. Please contact cas@canorth.org or visit the CAS web page. Registration opens this month!
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Deuxième réunion de la Société canadienne d'arthroplastie
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La deuxième réunion de la Société canadienne d'arthroplastie (CAS) aura lieu à Montréal, au Québec, les 21 et 22 novembre 2013, à l'Hôtel InterContinental Montréal. La première rencontre de la CAS, l'an dernier, a connu beaucoup de succès, et nous espérons poursuivre sur notre lancée en réunissant des orthopédistes spécialisés dans les arthroplasties de la hanche et du genou en milieu universitaire et communautaire, de même que des chercheurs de partout au pays, afin de les amener à discuter des questions actuelles dans leur domaine. Cliquez ici pour réserver une chambre à l'Hôtel InterContinental Montréal.

Les soumissions de précis seront acceptées jusqu'au 5 octobre. Pour de plus amples renseignements, veuillez contacter cas@canorth.org ou vister le site web.

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Is your membership in good standing?
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If you have not yet paid your 2013-2014 COA membership dues, your membership is unfortunately considered not in good standing. Your outstanding dues should be paid as soon as possible to ensure that your account and status are current with the Association. You may contact Cynthia Vezina: cynthia@canorth.org if you would like to verify that your dues are paid to date.
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4 weeks remain to access funding for orthopaedic projects and research
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Surgeons nation-wide are taking advantage of the revenue sharing provided by Hip Hip Hooray!

Revenue sharing provides the Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation with the opportunity to invest close to 50% of funds raised directly into research and projects selected by orthopaedic surgeons.

The Foundation is thrilled that a number of hospital foundations have embraced this event as it represents a third party fundraiser that provides for additional funding not otherwise accessed.

To learn more about how your orthopaedic department and/or clinic can benefit, click here or contact the Foundation at 1-800-461-3639 ext. 7 or at hhh@canorth.org.

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Il ne reste plus que quatre semaines pour obtenir du financement pour vos projets et votre recherche en orthopédie
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Partout au pays, des orthopédistes profitent du partage de recettes proposé grâce à Hip Hip Hourra!

Le partage des recettes permet à la Fondation Canadienne d'Orthopédie d'investir près de 50 % des fonds recueillis directement dans les projets et la recherche choisis par les orthopédistes.

La Fondation est très heureuse que cette manifestation ait été adoptée par diverses fondations d'établissements hospitaliers, puisque ces tierces parties recueillent ainsi un financement supplémentaire qui ne serait pas accessible autrement.

Pour savoir de quelle façon votre service ou clinique d'orthopédie pourrait aussi bénéficier de tels fonds, cliquez ici ou communiquez avec la Fondation, au 1 800 461 3639, poste 7, ou à hhh@canorth.org.

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Alberta's College of Physicians and Surgeons declares war on patients
Troy Media
Alberta's College of Physicians and Surgeons recently suggested banning private MRIs and CT scans. But such a move would create more suffering for more patients, and also increase the number of Albertans who die while on a waiting list. Hundreds of Albertans are alive today because they took charge of their health and escaped the waits to which patients are routinely subjected inside the government's health care monopoly.
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L'équilibre budgétaire pour 2013-2014, assure le ministre Marceau
Radio-Canada
Le déficit zéro au Québec sera atteint en 2013-2014, affirme le ministre des Finances de la province, Nicolas Marceau, qui soutient qu'il s'agit « d'un engagement ferme ». Il corrige ainsi le tir à la suite de déclarations de la première ministre Pauline Marois concernant la révision possible de l'échéance pour l'atteinte de l'équilibre budgétaire.
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Santé Canada semoncé pour « abus de pouvoir »
La Presse
Santé Canada vient d'être rappelé à l'ordre pour « abus de pouvoir » par un tribunal qui annule la mise en disponibilité d'un fonctionnaire écarté d'un processus de sélection dans le cadre du réaménagement des effectifs imposé par le gouvernement Harper.
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Canadian government examined limiting refugees with health problems
Toronto Star
The federal government has examined setting limits on the number of refugees that Canada takes in with health problems, such as trauma from torture. Staff at Citizenship and Immigration Canada were asked last year to suggest ways to cut down on the number of "high needs" refugees in order to reduce strain on the health-care system, according to documents obtained by The Canadian Press.
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Entente avec les pharmaciens : des usagers critiquent Québec
Radio-Canada
Le Regroupement provincial des comités des usagers du réseau de la santé et des services sociaux se demande si le ministre de la Santé, Réjean Hébert, a fait tous les efforts pour faciliter l'entrée en vigueur des modifications à la Loi sur la pharmacie qui devaient permettre aux pharmaciens d'exercer de nouvelles activités professionnelles à compter d'aujourd'hui.
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Medical attention has its benefits overseas
The Vancouver Sun
There's an old travellers' adage that says, "When you get sick overseas, get on the first plane out and fly home for quality health care." Those days are long gone. Based on my own experiences — and those of the many Europeans and travellers I've met — it seems that if you're travelling in Europe and need medical help, you're generally in capable hands.

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The Canadian medical profession is facing major upheaval
The Globe and Mail
"I don't think there's ever been a greater time for our profession to shine than right now," Louis Francescutti, the new president of the Canadian Medical Association, said at the outset of his inaugural address at the 146th annual meeting of the CMA. There are 78,000 doctors in Canada; that is more than there ever has been, in raw numbers and per capita. Physician income has climbed steadily in recent years; in some parts of the profession, gross income is up 30 per cent over the past decade.

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Un scanneur 3D montre les effets des talons sur les pieds
La Presse
Des chercheurs britanniques ont créé un scanneur 3D permettant de visualiser le pied dans ses talons préférés pour en comprendre les répercussions sur la santé, un résultat saisissant. Des experts du Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital de North London ont recours à une nouvelle technologie pour inspecter le pied et la cheville en trois dimensions.

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